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Dr. K.K. Singh  - Endocrinologist, Delhi

Dr. K.K. Singh

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Dr. K.K. Singh is a trusted Endocrinologist in Karkardooma, Delhi. You can consult Dr. K.K. Singh at Deepak Memorial Hospital in Karkardooma, Delhi. Save your time and book an appointment online with Dr. K.K. Singh on Lybrate.com.

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Hi My weight is more than 100 kg I am trying much to lose it is there any thyroid problem.

BHMS
Homeopath, Kolkata
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My weight is more than 100 kg
I am trying much to lose it is there any thyroid problem.
Please follow the below recommendation for your condition: it is important for you to find the right kind of weight reduction method to get back into shape and never fall prey to diet pills and weight loss supplement advertisements that you come across on television channels and the internet. If you are able to combine a proper and healthy diet with an exercise regime, then this could be your passport to the fastest way to lose weight and that too naturally. The first and foremost thing that you should remember is that you should not skip meals or eat at irregular times in any weight loss plan. If you ever thought that skipping a meal or two an eating a hearty meal only once a day is never going to help in reducing your weight. Also, make sure that you set realistic weight loss target goals before beginning a weight loss program and try to achieve the set target. Always bear in mind that you can only stretch your body to a certain limit with rigorous exercise routines (30-45 minutes treadmill) and a well-balanced and healthy diet plan. For more tips do consult me privately on this.

Dear sir/mam 2 years back I checked my blood sugar. I had random blood sugar test just after 30 mins of lunch. It shown 159. Is that normal. Please consider the request. Thank you.

MBBS
Internal Medicine Specialist, Kendujhar
Dear sir/mam 2 years back I checked my blood sugar. I had random blood sugar test just after 30 mins of lunch. It sho...
Hello, Thanks for your query on Lybrate "As" per your clinical history is concerned it is normal if it is random blood sugar. So if you have any doubt then do one fasting blood sugar with PP. Fasting result should be 70-110 mg/dl and PP result should be <140 mg/dl. Fasting should be 12 hours means if you take dinner at 9 PM then give your blood at 9 AM in the morning for better results.[Thanks]
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I have a family history of diabetes few months back on investigation my sugar fasting was on higher side but pp was normal on couple of times & hba1c was 5.3 normal in sept 16. But in 2014- 2015 it was 6.1 noted. Presently I am not taking any medicine. Which test fasting, pp or hba1c only shd be take in consideration whether person has diabetes or not?

Masters in Human Nutrition and Nutraceuticals
Dietitian/Nutritionist, Madurai
I have a family history of diabetes few months back on investigation my sugar fasting was on higher side but pp was n...
Hello lybrate-user. Happy that you r concern about your health. U can very well go for a HBA1C test to detect whether you r diabetic, fasting n pp sugar may vary according to intake of food that you take during the test. Always be follow a good diet practice since you hav family history. Pls upload your results.
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I am a 40 years old diabetic patient and also I have an uric acid. My question is can I eat curd, cabbage, small fish, dry fish, lady's finger, milk and paneer?

MBBS, CCEBDM, Diploma in Diabetology, Diploma in Clinical Nutrition & Dietetics, Cetificate Course In Thyroid Disorders Management (CCMTD)
Endocrinologist, Hubli-Dharwad
Mr. Lybrate-user, to reduce uric acid, certain foods should be avoided like red meat, organ meat, fishes like herring, shell fish, scallops, haddock, trout, sardines, salmon, mussels, mushrooms, high fat milk products, sweetened aerated drinks, alcohol etc. The varieties fishes is mentioned now you have to decide which one you are actually consuming. Curds, cabbage other vegetables are fine. Pneer may have high fat.
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I am diabetic and 55 years old I have numbness on my left thigh. I have perfect sensation on my feet soles, any remedy?

Certified Diabetes Educator, Registered Dietitian (RD), PGDD, Bachelor of Unani Medicine and Surgery (B.U.M.S), General Physician
Dietitian/Nutritionist, Mumbai
I am a registered dietitian, certified diabetes educator and a doctor who will help you in your diabetes problem. You need to provide me your daily food intake details. There are many lifestyle and dietary guidelines that can be followed: take high fiber prescribed diet. Maintain a healthy body weight eat a balanced diet as prescribed by a registered dietitian, I being a registered dietitian and doctor have been successfully helping patients with their diabetes problem. I will also prescribe medicines that will speed up the time to achieve your weight management goals. Do reply back for private consultation.
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My wife is 40 and is detected with diabetes. Her fasting blood sugar is 135. Should she start medicine.

MD - Medicine, MBBS
Cardiologist, Panchkula
Before starting medicines she needs weight reduction. Avoid high sugar foods and do regular exercise. Wait for 1 month, get your blood sugar done and then decide depending upon blood sugar.
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Hello maam, I am 46 years man recently discovered diabetic and on medication from 3 months. Inspite of taking medicines and cutting off sugar completely, my sugar levels stay around 150 Fasting and 200 PP. We are vegetarians and I have reduced rice intake to 40 grams that too only in the afternoon. Morning breakfast is limited. Night two chapatis only. I have increased intake of vegetables, and taking regularly coconut oil. I am also taking aloevera juice and amla karela juice at regular intervals. Please advise what should I do to bring down the numbers further down Thanks. Nagaraj.

MBBS, CCEBDM, Diploma in Diabetology, Diploma in Clinical Nutrition & Dietetics, Cetificate Course In Thyroid Disorders Management (CCMTD)
Endocrinologist, Hubli-Dharwad
Hello maam, I am 46 years man recently discovered diabetic and on medication from 3 months. Inspite of taking medicin...
Mr. Lybrate-user, to bring diabetes in control fasting sugar should be around 100 mg, pp 150 to 160 mg /100 ml and hba1c% <6.8. Please let me know what is the treatment you are on with dosage. Along with drugs, diet control and exercise are equally necessary. Using amla or karela juice, benefits are not really known. Most important is a strict diet control, meaning diet should be such that it should provide exact calories based on ideal body weight and extent of daily exercise and blood sugar level. That will help in controlling sugar levels better.
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I have a hypokalemia paralysis with normal level of thyroid I continue my medicine from one month but still my poytasium is low day by day and I take everyday potkular potassium syrup i want to cure permanently so give me best best option.

C.S.C, D.C.H, M.B.B.S
General Physician, Alappuzha
Hypokalemic periodic paralysis is a disorder that causes occasional episodes of muscle weakness and sometimes a lower than normal level of potassium in the blood. It is one of a group of genetic disorders that includes hyperkalemic periodic paralysis and thyrotoxic periodic paralysis. Causes hypokalemic periodic paralysis is congenital. This means it is present at birth. In most cases, it is passed down through families (inherited) as an autosomal dominant disorder. In other words only one parent needs to pass the gene related to this condition on to you in order for you to be affected. Occasionally, the condition may be the result of a genetic problem that is not inherited. Unlike other forms of periodic paralysis, persons with congenital hypokalemic periodic paralysis have normal thyroid function. But they have a very low blood level of potassium during episodes of weakness. This results from potassium moving from the blood into muscle cells in an abnormal way. Risk factors include having other family members with periodic paralysis. The risk is slightly higher in asian men who also have thyroid disorders. The most important treatment in severe hypokalemia is addressing the cause, such as improving the diet, treating diarrhea, or stopping an offending medication. Patients without a significant source of potassium loss and who show no symptoms of hypokalemia may not require treatment. Mild hypokalemia (>3.0 meq/l) may be treated with oral potassium chloride supplements (klor-con, sando-k, slow-k). As this is often part of a poor nutritional intake, potassium-containing foods may be recommended, such as leafy green vegetables, tomatoes, coconut water, citrus fruits, oranges, or bananas.[14] both dietary and pharmaceutical supplements are used for people taking diuretic medications. Severe hypokalemia (<3.0 meq/l) may require intravenous supplementation. Typically, a saline solution is used, with 20? 40 meq/l kcl per liter over 3? 4 hours. Giving iv potassium at faster rates (20? 25 meq/hr) may predispose to ventricular tachycardias and requires intensive monitoring. A generally safe rate is 10 meq/hr. Even in severe hypokalemia, oral supplementation is preferred given its safety profile. Sustained-release formulations should be avoided in acute settings. Difficult or resistant cases of hypokalemia may be amenable to a potassium-sparing diuretic, such as amiloride, triamterene, spironolactone, or eplerenone. Concomitant hypomagnesemia will inhibit potassium replacement, as magnesium is a cofactor for potassium uptake. when replacing potassium intravenously, infusion by a central line is encouraged to avoid the frequent occurrence of a burning sensation at the site of a peripheral infusion, or the rare occurrence of damage to the vein. When peripheral infusions are necessary, the burning can be reduced by diluting the potassium in larger amounts of fluid, or mixing 3 ml of 1% lidocaine to each 10 meq of kcl per 50 ml of fluid. For more doubts you can ask me privately.
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Dear Sir, This is to inform you that my wife is suffering from thoiride and shortage of humoglobin, she taking medicine for the same and now by testing it is found that she is pregnant. So please you suggest me is pregnency will be affected by above said problems ?

MBBS, MD - Obstetrtics & Gynaecology, DNB, Fellowship in Infertility
Gynaecologist, Mumbai
Continue the tablets . Baby is a total parasite on mother so if hb is low still baby is going to be fine. But thyroid we better control as normal as possible since baby I Q is related to it.
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